Scott Hanselman – Web Deployment Made Awesome: If You’re Using XCopy, You’re Doing It Wrong


 

Here’s an outline of what Deployment Related topics Scott covered

  • Web Packaging – Offline vs. Online
    • From VS 2010
    • From IIS Manager
  • Web.Config Transformation
    • Transform Syntax
    • Locator Syntax
    • Why not XSLT?
  • Deploying
    • Command Line
    • What If Switch
    • From IIS
    • Content Sync
  • DB Deployment
    • Scripting Source DB
    • Adding custom SQL Scripts
  • Download and Deployment of Open Source
    • Web PI
    • App Gallery
  • One Click Publish
    • Using Web Deploy (Ms Deploy) WMSVC
    • Using Web Deploy (Ms Deploy) Remote Agent
    • Using InProc Web Deploy (Ms Deploy)

Here’s some cool highlights about WebDeployment in Visual Studio 2010. You can right-click on your web.config and click "Add Config Transforms."

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When you do this, you’ll get a web.debug.config and a web.release.config. You can make a web.whatever.config if you like, as long as the name lines up with a configuration profile. These files are just the changes you want made, not a complete copy of your web.config.

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